[PATCH v2 2/2] ntdll: Deny file operations on mapping handles.
z.figura12 at gmail.com
Mon May 4 09:46:25 CDT 2020
On 5/4/20 3:26 AM, Paul Gofman wrote:
> On 5/2/20 21:48, Zebediah Figura wrote:
>> Maybe this is too invasive or radical a change, but it strikes me as
>> kind of weird that mapping_get_fd() [and mapping_fd_ops] exists, if
>> the only purpose (at least, what seems to be the only purpose) is to
>> pass the unix fd to virtual_map_section(). Maybe instead it would make
>> more sense to pass that as part of the get_mapping_info request, and
>> get rid of mapping fd objects altogether?
> Yes, it seems like the only purpose of fd object for mapping is getting
> unix fd. But the unix fd for mapping is cacheable and the caching is
> currently managed by server_get_unix_fd() in ntdll through fd objects on
> server (I can guess that was the reason why fd object appeared for
> mapping at all, as server side does not seem to assume any file I/O on
> mapping objects). Do you think we should introduce a separate code path
> for mapping fds caching? Not that I think it is a big deal to do (we can
> still use the same cache and just replicate some logic from
> server_get_unix_fd()). But at the first glance it looks to me that we
> will trade a slight straightening up in mapping object handling
> (removing some fd type check) to partial duplication of caching logic.
> Please note also some checks for FD_TYPE is already have to be done for
> other cases, see, e. g., NtReadFileScatter().
Honestly, it's how I'd do it if it were me. But it's not me ;-)
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